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On Thursday, the 8th of November, the free agent Dez Bryant signed a one-year, 1.5 million dollar contract with the New Orleans Saints. Since the season is already underway, he will only get $600,000 guaranteed but will have up to $500,000 in receiving incentives, totaling a possible 1.1 million. The former Dallas Cowboy has been an unsigned player since...
“I think Jesus would be at home in the school if he would return. I used to hear a lot of things about building community and I still think that's a priority.” Returning from his sojourn at Brophy College Preparatory School, an all-boys Jesuit high school in Phoenix, Arizona, Father Phil Postell S.J. returned to Jesuit Dallas as Chaplain at the...
Happy Dia de Los Muertos Y’all About 11 years ago, I walked with my grandfather through the Mercado (Mexican farmer’s market) trying to find a cucumber and an eggplant. That’s right, a cucumber and an eggplant. Let me explain this, my grandfather was a Japanese Buddhist and participated in Obon (お盆), essentially a Japanese “día de Los Muertos.” In this...
  Everyone loves dogs. They've been man's best friend for hundreds of years. Dogs have been loyal to humans in a variety of ways, from games of fetch to the K9 unit working with the police department. Another way is helping those in assisted living. You would rarely see a dog on Jesuit's campus, but the rare sighting is something to...
One of the closest races in the Senate this year in Arizona, where Democrat Kyrsten Sinema, and Republican Martha McSally are running to replace the seat of Jeff Flake.  Mr. Flake has felt much of the ire of the Republican base, as he has uttered the phrase “country over party” to justify his opposition to Trump. However, this has...
The past week has been an extremely busy time in the NFL. The trade deadline came on October 30th and many teams were able to squeeze in some last minute deals. Many trades opened the door for players to show their skill, while others shoved players deeper down the depth charts. Also, this week provided us with some much needed...
In the most expensive senate race in the history of America up to this point, incumbent Florida Senator  Democrat Bill Nelson faces off with former governor, Republican Rick Scott. 181 million dollars and counting has been spent by both sides, and the next closest race in terms of money spent is in our state of Texas, where Beto O’Rourke...
Service. It's one of the biggest themes at Jesuit. From the required service for graduation, the service grant for paying tuition, to the Alumni Service Corps, Jesuit strives for great service to the public. For Juniors, who need to earn 40 hours by the end of the year, there are three national service clubs offered here at Jesuit; one is the...

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